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[Kernel] - 3.1.10 - JB - 1.4GHZ - Galaxy Tab 10.1 (11/19/12)

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25th April 2012, 11:58 PM |#3321  
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i need this in a tar format to flash by Odin. Accidentally flashed the ics kernel and now the tab wont boot.
 
 
26th April 2012, 12:04 AM |#3322  
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Boot to cwm and flash hc kernel to be used with your hc32 rom.
26th April 2012, 03:02 AM |#3323  
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How do I get it on internal storage if I can't boot up the GTab?
26th April 2012, 03:11 AM |#3324  
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Pershoot, is the kernel in the latest nightly ics release the same as this kernel?
26th April 2012, 03:34 AM |#3325  
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I was on CM9 Milestone 4, don't recall which kernel.

I flashed

boot-cm_2636.4_p4wifi_ics-oc-xtra-vfpv3-d16_fp-042512.zip

Tried to flash the ROM as well,

http://droidbasement.com/galaxy/roms...ifi-signed.zip

But the rom didn't flash, got an error.

Cleared cache and dalvik, booted up, and it was "upgrading applications". Now it won't boot, freezes up on "starting applications"

Where did I go wrong? What now?
26th April 2012, 06:33 AM |#3326  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by vinistois

I was on CM9 Milestone 4, don't recall which kernel.

I flashed

boot-cm_2636.4_p4wifi_ics-oc-xtra-vfpv3-d16_fp-042512.zip

Tried to flash the ROM as well,

http://droidbasement.com/galaxy/roms...ifi-signed.zip

But the rom didn't flash, got an error.

Cleared cache and dalvik, booted up, and it was "upgrading applications". Now it won't boot, freezes up on "starting applications"

Where did I go wrong? What now?

Milestone4 is aokp and then your moving to cm base. Try wiping everything and then install cm and let it boot then go and flash the kernel.

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26th April 2012, 06:50 AM |#3327  
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galaxy tab 10.1 - 2.6.36.4 - ics - http://droidbasement.com/db-blog
26th April 2012, 07:29 AM |#3328  
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Any idea how to convert a zip file (cwm) to a tar (odin)? It looks to be the only way to fix my problem.

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26th April 2012, 08:12 AM |#3329  
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Hello
Somebody can make available boot-cm_2636.4_p4_ux_hc32-oc-xtra-vfpv3-d16_fp-010912 file but for Odin ??
26th April 2012, 10:17 AM |#3330  
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galaxy tab 10.1 - 2.6.36.4 - ics - http://droidbasement.com/db-blog

Can this be flashed on all AOSP ICS based Roms? I recall some posts about some issues on AOKP. Seems the problem was something about it being built on old files.
26th April 2012, 02:31 PM |#3331  
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Nevermind, flashed on AOKP 34 and all seems to be fine. Wifi working and rom seems stable and fast. WIll report more after further testing.
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